State Police seized nearly 84 pounds of heroin and fentanyl and arrested three men accused of operating a “drug mill” operating out of two Hudson County homes, authorities announced Monday. A home in West New York served as the primary drug mill and a second home in Union...
New Jersey State Police have arrested three men for their roles in operating a drug mill in Hudson County. Police arrested Richard Stroman Jr., a 38-year-old of North Arlington; Jose Acosta, a 37-year-old of Hoboken; and Miguel Carrasco-Lara, a 35-year-old of Lyndhurst; for various drug offenses. During a two-month investigation,...
More than 38 grams of heroin and fentanyl were seized in the takedown of a drug production facility in Hudson County and lower Bergen, authorities said. An investigation into Richard Stroman Jr., 38, of North Arlington, began last May when police were tipped off to a drug mill being run out of a West New York home, New Jersey State Police said. Stroman had been using a home in Union City to support the operation, police said.
New Jersey state troopers arrested three people after they dismantled a drug mill has where nearly 84 pounds of heroin and fentanyl were seized following a two-month-long investigation.
HOBOKEN — A low-income Hudson County man could lose the place he calls home as the result of a lengthy legal dispute with his landlord. Jeff Trupiano has lived in his Hoboken apartment-turned-condo for over three decades. He moved into the rent-controlled unit at 703 Park Ave. in 1991 under a former owner.
Civil rights are being stripped away, faith in American democracy itself is being brought into question, and the public reels from inflation and an ongoing pandemic. Democrats have a responsibility to fight back with the power they hold nationally and locally. I think back to the many comments concerning “doing the work” at the recent Hudson County Democratic Organization meeting, a vague premise that didn’t have any grounding in policy or ideals. Unfortunately, events that followed were more examples of power brokering and leaning into old, shameful politics.
As today is the last day of the heat wave, it is important to find ways to beat the heat and stay cool.
A Hudson County hospital's marketing director's stash of 38 firearms and a loaded magazine was uncovered in an unlocked closet during a sweep prompted by a bomb threat last month, authorities said. Reuven Alonalayoff's trove was at Hudson Regional Hospital was discovered when the bogus threat was called into Hudson...
In the wake of a controversial law to redevelop Liberty State Park, state legislators in Trenton took the first steps to introduce a bill to protect the park’s Caven Point, a migratory bird habitat that has been caught in the crosshairs for potential privatization. On Monday, the state Senate...
Authorities are investigating a fatal Jersey City shooting near Monticello Avenue and Astor Place that occurred early this morning. “The Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office Homicide Unit and the Jersey City Police Department are investigating a shooting in the area of Monticello Avenue and Astor Place in which one person has died. More to follow,” the HCPO tweeted.
Outdoor activities are in full swing in Hudson County — it is the summer after all. With these excruciatingly hot temperatures, the sun is shining intensely, making skincare and skin protection more important than ever. With certain sunscreens getting recalled recently, we’ve dug a little deeper into where to buy healthy + safe sunscreen and SPF products in the area. Read on to learn about the best sunscreen + SPF formula for your skin needs and find out where to buy it in Hoboken.
Monkeypox in New Jersey started in Jersey City — and a little over a month later, it has spread to Hoboken. After being confirmed in JC on June 20th, 2022, Hoboken Mayor Ravi Bhalla announced that there are a few confirmed cases of this viral disease in Hoboken. Read on for what we know about monkeypox spreading to Hoboken.
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Mayor Gabriel Rodriguez and the Board of Commissioners have announced that the monkeypox vaccine is available in town for eligible residents. Monkeypox continues to spread across the U.S. since May, including in New Jersey and especially in Hudson County. Amid the public health emergency, the number of probable and confirmed cases in the country has risen to 8,394 as of August 9.
The Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office tweeted early this morning that their Homicide Unit and the Jersey City Police Department are investigating an overnight shooting in the area of Monticello Avenue and Astor Place in which one person has died. No other details have been released at this time. More...
Despite their colorful exteriors, the red-and-black adult spotted lanternflies residents see throughout Hudson County are not welcome visitors. The spotted lanternfly is an invasive insect species that doesn’t hurt humans or animals, but is extremely harmful to plants and trees. Given that New Jersey is known as The Garden State for a reason, it’s important to protect both the beauty offered by the state’s abundant flora as well as the agricultural businesses that help the state thrive — which means killing these invasive pests whenever you can. We’ve compiled some tips and tricks to help get rid of these bugs safely. Read on to learn more about how to safely kill lanternflies.
Monkeypox continues to spread across the U.S., including in New Jersey and especially in Hudson County. With the number of probable and confirmed cases in the country rising to 7,510 as of August 5, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has declared the virus to be a public health emergency.
International Cat Day is August 8th, and there’s no better way to celebrate than acknowledging some of the beautiful felines in the Hudson County area. Cats are both wonderful and hilarious creatures. One minute, they’re purring and snuggling up against you — the next, they’re doing flips inside a cardboard box. We asked our readers in our Hoboken + Jersey City Insiders Facebook group to submit pictures of their pet cats along with some funny, quirky anecdotes. To celebrate International Cat Day, we’ve compiled these cats + their quirks below. Read on for a list of some local Hoboken + Jersey City cats.
Authorities are investigating a shooting that took the life of one man and left another critically injured this morning. According to Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez, her office’s Homicide Unit and the Jersey City Police Department are investigating the shooting, which took place this morning on Monticello Avenue. At...
Photo Credit: Google Maps Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez released details on Sunday of the overnight shooting which occurred on Monticello Avenue just past 3 am. The Prosecutor released the following details of the violent incident:. The Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office Homicide Unit and the Jersey City Police Department are...